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Re: Wanted: Microwave Modules 1296 Varactor Tripler

On Sun, 15 Dec 2002, Ed Manuel wrote:

> Does anyone have one of the old MM 432 - 1296 varactor triplers or a
> suitable equivalent.  This device was designed to take approximately 10
> watts on 432 and make approximately 2 -3 watts on 1296.

Good question.  I remember all those varactor tripler circuits and wonder
what is the modern day device equivalent to high level mixing at UHF?  I
need to mix two 5 watt or so signals and end up with a signal in the UHF
range.  Ive seen one circuit that just massively paralled dozens of
1N4148 switching diodes...

 de WB4APR@amsat.org, Bob

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